The Guardian published an article recently which outlines how some of Elon Musk’s charitable interests have benefited his own various businesses and personal interests.
Vice reporter Justin Caffier set up, and then deleted, a GoFundMe fundraiser for journalist Erik Abriss, who was fired from INE Entertainment this week after he declared that he wanted the pro-Trump Covington Catholic students “to die,” along with their parents.
The Supreme Court has rejected a case regarding whether or not Yelp is responsible for allegedly defamatory reviews on its platform.
Google is donating over $3 million to Wikipedia parent company Wikimedia as part of a new partnership between the two companies, despite several controversies in 2018 surrounding misinformation in Google search results taken from Wikipedia.
The House Intelligence Committee has reportedly requested information from Twitter related to the original account that tweeted a video of students from Covington Catholic High School causing the hate hoax to go viral. The account was suspended by the platform for being “misleading.”
Social media users compared the hate hoax against the Covington Catholic high school kids to a passage about “facecrime” from George Orwell’s landmark novel 1984 this week.
Free speech social network Gab has secured a new payment processor following its blacklisting from major payment services, including PayPal and Stripe, which left accepting mailed payments the site’s only recourse.
Freshman Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) is getting slammed on social media for attacking the Covington Catholic students in a Tuesday night tweet, even after media outlets admitted to misreporting the viral encounter between the students and the Native American elder.
A Chinese blogger is suspected to have taken her own life on Sunday after several botched attempts at cosmetic facial surgery.
Actor Michael Rapaport went on a vulgar tirade against the Covington Catholic High School students, calling them “MAGA hat-wearing sh*t stains.”
Rapper Cardi B is tired of “conservatives” inundating her social media messages and is demanding that they “admit” that President Donald Trump is “is f*ckin up this country.”
Following Breitbart News’ article on verified Twitter accounts using Jack Dorsey’s platform to encourage violence against conservative high school kids, the company has said it has “taken action” against the tweets that were flagged in Breitbart’s article. But its actions haven’t scratched the surface of real accountability.
A new report claims that Tesla has refused to pay a laid-off worker bonus payments linked to his hiring and performance.
The University of North Carolina, Asheville, is hosting controversial Women’s March leader Tamika Mallory, who has praised anti-semitic Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, for an event commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Students at the University of California, Davis, are arguing that a memorial photograph of slain officer Natalie Corona is offensive and “disrespectful” to the Black Lives Matter movement.
The University of Notre Dame announced this week that it will be covering up murals of Christopher Columbus because of their portrayal of Native Americans.
Just one day after announcing an increase in charging prices at Supercharger stations worldwide, Tesla has now stated that the announced price increases are being rolled back after customer backlash.
A Japanese hotel reportedly fired half of its nearly 250 robot staff following various complaints from guests. Henn-na Hotel, which employs various robots from check-in staff to in-room help, reportedly decided to lay off half of its robot employees after
The co-founder of venture capitalist firm Rivet Ventures stated in a recent interview that of all the large tech firms currently operating, Facebook is the most vulnerable to disruption.
Starbucks has moved into delivery, partnering with Uber Eats to deliver coffee across the United States and worldwide.
Twitter has suspended a “suspicious” and “misleading” account controlled by a Brazilian blogger which made the Covington Catholic High School hate hoax video go viral.
Fiverr, an online marketplace for freelance services, mysteriously banned a popular voice-over actor from its service in November after he produced a joke video about popular video game Fortnite for a customer, leaving him stranded for two months without access to thousands of dollars he earned on the platform.
Twitter has spent years assuring the public that it will crack down on trolling, harassment, and violent threats. It’s also pledged to tackle “misinformation” and “unhealthy conversation,” using these loaded terms as excuses to ban a wide range of anti-progressive dissidents from the platform.
Speaking at the DLD conference in Munich, Germany, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg stated that the social media giant needs to “do better” in 2019.
Students at two major Catholic universities are making a push to have pornography censored from their campus internet services.
French regulators have reportedly fined Google nearly $57 million for violating GDPR rules on data privacy.
Elon Musk’s Tesla has drastically increased the price of their Supercharger stations worldwide shortly after the company announced mass layoffs and the shutdown of their referral program.